Electronic Literature Knowledge Base
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The ELMCIP Knowledge Base is a research resource for electronic literature. It provides cross-referenced, contextualized information about authors, creative works, critical writing, and practices. Current contributors should log in to the knowledge base to enter new records.
The ELMCIP Knowledge Base depends on the active participation of a community of international researchers and writers working on electronic literature. To join us in building the Knowledge Base, email email@example.com a brief message. Include a brief description of your background and interests in electronic literature so we can set you up with a contributor account to add and edit records. The Knowledge Base is developed in Drupal 7 by the University of Bergen Electronic Literature Research Group as an outcome of the ELMCIP project.
|Modes of production and reception of electronic literature in Latin America. An analysis of “Tierra de extracción” from Doménico Chiappe and Andreas Meier||Carolina Gainza||28.11.2015||Latin American Cultural Studies, Latin American Electronic Literature, cyberculture|
|Conduit d'Aération||Alexandra Saemmer, Lucile Haute, Aurélie Herbet||2012||28.11.2015||hypertext, mystery, performance|
|Лоскутное одеяло или Психотерапия в стиле дзэн (Quilt or Dzen Style Psychotherapy)||Dmitry Sokolov||1998||28.11.2015||fairy tale, hypertext|
|Танкетки (Tanketki)||Alexey Vernitsky||2003||28.11.2015||collective writing, literary games|
|Ulysses 101||David Clark||2006||28.11.2015||Ulysses, adaptation, animated text, combinatory, interactive video, triptych, video|
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